Rumors, security concerns and the arrest of a student at Nimitz High School in Irving — all events that made for a very tense day for students and parents.
Microsoft has surpassed Exxon to become the second most valuable company in the world. Exxon’s shares have been falling recently, along with the price of oil.
Police in Irving shot and killed a suspect who was wanted on felony warrants Sunday evening, hours after a SWAT team was deployed to a hotel in search of the man.
ExxonMobil said on Friday that profits rose 3 percent in the third quarter as strong refining performance offset lower revenues from falling oil prices and production.
A high-speed police chase through Grand Prairie ended early Tuesday at a home in Irving, when the suspect’s SUV crashed and caught on fire, setting the nearby home on fire as well.
Former President George W. Bush is in Las Colinas on Wednesday to host his fourth annual golf tournament for military members who were wounded in Iraq or Afghanistan.
Cameras mounted on school buses are intended to keep kids safe by catching drivers who break the law. Many North Texas buses are equipped with them, yet some cities aren’t using them because it’s illegal.
Tony Romo insists there is nothing to be alarmed about in the wake of him sitting Wednesday’s practice, the Dallas Cowboys QB simply chalking it up to ‘back tightness.’
An early morning earthquake centered in Irving rattled people awake early Thursday but caused no damage, police said.
An drug store in Irving closed this summer after decades in business. But the location came back on Monday with a whole new look and a rush of new customers.
Attorneys for the Boy Scouts of America have reached a settlement with a former San Antonio Scout who says he was abused by his adult leader.
Exxon Mobil on Thursday reported a net income that reached $8.78 billion in its second quarter, climbing by 28 percent from $6.86 billion and topping analyst expectations.